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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . HEAT OBTAtNED WITHOVUT FUEL.-Mr. Herschel, in his excellent "i33 course on the Study of Natural Philosobhy," in Ya means Purin how heat may be obtained from the air, to any extent, , n order and mechianical, and by a Subscribers-only content

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    cari xilysititilus Thiey net dutaten ar Weul. ostho . ilt '.917, aindsin Ttho Uri, .tti VAL0 RanyEadvandoe vrollo b o Purin dtyadptn tlaoe dtshm r (nlogngulirt In.clus .r ve oosiren. t oovecrfollondduc. aPnrtiy t Plari feeor t.hos Fthird-elne tIckeA iougutd. Subscribers-only content

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    of ato" rouerou " In England. Conductor, Monsieur E, AUDIBERT. Prlncoese' Theatre, Lnndon. ieanaee by WORTH. GAZELIN, and HIJGUE3!, o2 Purin. A NEW OPERETTA, BY OFFENBACEL "LBMINGHAM GRAND Co0CMIRT udAL, flOEbejlL^ SESENT. 1. M1 D "aan o0., PB O 10 Subscribers-only content

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    tienetrs, no. 18. New street, Bilrminrgham. Isllrrsvetr .Pclsre. aeS ret, cociptess of Stock aacZ Egectse, talepiec stthre .Renceleey Fsfely. Perea Purin Gooha for drseoc or rquete' 1 eed prt cr'ar ese eetprir'to Sale UsSR AVA~dOD upo Fesniure ad oth rojs~erty Subscribers-only content

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    > )~i1 AMUTSEMENTS. j-;AijgI`T FOIL 'TIVEFA'E NIG1HTS OF KF ATEl SA,`NTLEY, AND Lut ('oMIt' OlEIA FJOMAII'AIY. '7 tNIV' JIti 3. will Ile t'vo-ietftd'i for tho- 'i'ItENCES'S TOTO,"1 JI,'rpdi' rc ('Ca)' I it `Ct of ''ititrinr~to'i", who NiOR 91r .i Subscribers-only content

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    Historical Collections, The surrender of Oxford, etc.

    Prelate about April 1646. had quitted the King's Party, declared for the Parliament, and betaking himself to his House at Purin , near Conoway , put a Garis on therein for the Parliament, and persuaded the Country not to pay

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